New Orleans meets Texas in this stunning Hotel ZaZa fête, and let me tell you, it was a match made in heaven. With a classic black and white palette and details that would make anyone want to get up and dance, this stylish soiree from Mustard Seed Photography is one for the books. See why here.
From Mustard Seed Photography… Reagan and Nick were engaged in New Orleans and wanted to bring some of that French Quarter flair to their wedding. From the second line band,marching them all the way to their reception – to the perfectly styled New Orleans inspired decor, every detail about their wedding day brought the feel of the Big Easy here to Houston! You are sure to enjoy it as much as we did!
From the Bride… When we selected our venue, we most importantly wanted our guests to have a great time. We wanted a high energy party. Hotel Zaza is the perfect place to ensure everyone has a good time! The food was amazing. The service and attention to detail are tops. Our ceremony was at the First Presbyterian Church, which is probably one of the most beautiful churches in Houston.
We wanted everyone to feel like they were in New Orleans in the old days of Louis Armstrong. Sipping French 75′s and feasting on delicious Southern fare. We got engaged in New Orleans on the steps of the St. Louis Cathedral, so we knew we had to make everything about the Crescent City. The second line parade from the church to the hotel blew us all away.
Photography: Mustard Seed Photography | Dress: Modern Trousseau | Florist: Always Floral | Wedding Cake: Edible Designs by Jessie | Invitations: Wedding Paper Divias | Ceremony Venue: First Presbyterian Church of Houston | Reception Venue: Hotel ZaZa | Shoes: Badgley Mischka | Jewelry: Ben Amun | Catering: Hotel ZaZa | Coordinator: Monarch Wedding & Event Planning | DJ: Premium Sounds | Suits: Calvin Klein | Linens & Rentals: Darryl & Co. | Second Line Band: New Orleans Hustlers Brass BandBadgley Mischka and Modern Trousseau are members of our Look Book. For more information on how members are chosen, click here.